A Fun Day Out: Go Karts in North Myrtle Beach

Go karts are one of the best ways to have family fun on your North Myrtle Beach vacation. Speed around several winding tracks to test your driving skills and see who is fastest! With indoor and outdoor tracks geared toward all skill levels, the best go kart tracks in the North Myrtle Beach area can provide hours of racing fun for the whole family.

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Your Guide to Enjoying Summer in North Myrtle Beach

Are you planning a visit to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina? If so, you probably know that this is one of the most beautiful places on the coast to visit. Before you plan your next trip, you need to decide when to visit and if summer is the best time for you.

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Annual North Myrtle Beach Festivals You Won’t Want to Miss

It’s easy to overlook the fact that North Myrtle Beach offers much more than a place to rest and unwind. That’s understandable with miles of pristine sandy beaches and sunshine for days.

What if we told you it’s also a destination full of entertaining things to do? There are so many North Myrtle Beach events to choose from, from large community festivities to holiday spectaculars, unique celebrations to live music, concerts, athletic events, and so much more.

Without further ado, let’s explore the annual North Myrtle Beach festivals and upcoming events you won’t want to miss!


The Carolina Opry

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The award-winning performance combines two hours of high-energy music, humor, and dancing in a beautiful theater with state-of-the-art lighting, sound, and special effects.

This variety program crosses all genres to bring you the best tunes of yesterday, today, and everything in between, with a cast of the country’s most talented performers!


ONE The Show at Alabama Theatre

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ONE The Show continues to deliver year after year. The Alabama Theatre, voted the #1 Live Entertainment Theatre by visitors and locals in Myrtle Beach, presents this production that runs from February through late October.

ONE The Show combines extraordinary talent, iconic production numbers, sizzling visual elements, and lavish costuming with hit songs from various musical genres, including country, gospel, pop, Broadway, and rock! Dubbed “A Mega Hit” by critics, you’ll be taken on a fantastic musical trip full of song, dancing, and belly-clenching humor.


St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival

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With approximately 100 parade entries and a long fun tradition, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade is the largest on the Grand Strand. Thousands of people line up on Main Street every year to see a magnificent parade that can only be seen, not described. At 9:00 a.m., the parade begins with the procession route running from Ocean Boulevard to Ye Olde Kings Highway.

After the parade, there’s a street fair to keep the party going! All-day long, three stages of live entertainment will keep you in the spirit of Ireland. Expect to see Irish Pipe Bands, Irish Dancers, and a variety of other live acts. In addition, there will be about 120 vendors displaying their wares. Everyone may enjoy a selection of Irish delights and culinary festival favorites from food vendors and Main Street shops. Keep an eye out for the leprechauns and street performers scurrying throughout this festival.

At 4:00 p.m., the festivities come to a close.

“Nights at Nance” Concert Series

The Nights at Nance concert series, which features local and regional artists, returns to Myrtle Beach’s Arts & Innovation District from March through May. A fresh theme is featured each week, along with a live concert and two food trucks. So, bring your lawn chairs and unwind.


Myrtle Beach International Film Festival

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In mid-April, networking, forums, food, and events take place against the east coast background of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The Myrtle Beach International Film Festival (MBIFF) is an excellent place to meet your next collaboration partner or a potential distribution arrangement.

Every year, filmmakers, industry professionals, and film fans flock to this festival, and it’s easy to understand why once you arrive.


Myrtle Beach Sun Fun Festival

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Each May, bring your family to Myrtle Beach for the annual Sun Fun Festival parade and events. The Sun Fun Festival, which ran from 1951 until 2011 and returned in 2016, starts off summer in Myrtle Beach with various family-friendly activities such as the Sun Fun Parade and live music and entertainment!

Fiesta 5K at Barefoot Landing

Take part in the annual Fiesta 5K at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach. Beginning at 7 a.m., the fun and family-friendly event will take place around Barefoot Landing. The race welcomes strollers and leashed dogs!

Enjoy post-race refreshments and trophies. All race participants will receive a t-shirt and a “Made in the USA” finisher medal. In addition, the finest costumes will receive awards.

World Famous Blue Crab Festival

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The Blue Crab annual festival, held near North Myrtle Beach on the historic Little River shore, celebrates Southern seafood, beach music, and the arts. Visitors will be able to sample a range of festival foods both at the event and at Little River waterfront eateries. Local crafters and vendors will sell their wares throughout the day, and musicians will provide entertainment.

For the past eight years, the Sun News newspaper readers have voted the World Famous Blue Crab Festival the Best Annual Festival/event on the Grand Strand.

Myrtle Beach Bike Week Spring Rally

Around the Grand Strand, the Myrtle Beach Bike Week Spring Rally features bike shows, vendors, tours, and more. Enjoy day cruises to Charleston or up to Wilmington, North Carolina. Harley Davidson locations and hangouts like Jamin’ Leather, Beaver Bar, Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar, and others are the go-to hotspots throughout the week.

Military Appreciation Days Parade

Myrtle Beach was a military town for about 50 years. In the 1940s, it was home to the US Army Air Corps, and subsequently, in the 1950s, it was home to the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. The US Air Force decommissioned the base in 1993, and the area has since been redeveloped into the Market Common District.

Myrtle Beach Military Appreciation Days commemorates the city’s military past by honoring those who have served our great country. Various free events, including a JROTC Drill Competition, a parade with Grand Marshal, and a picnic, are part of the month-long celebration in May.

Brookgreen Gardens Memorial Day 5K

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Brookgreen Gardens is a sculpture garden and wildlife preserve in South Carolina, located just south of Murrells Inlet. The 9,100-acre site features the Lowcountry Zoo, many themed gardens with American figurative sculptures, and walks through several ecosystems in the property’s natural reserves.

Each year, everyone is welcome, including strollers, runners, and walkers, to this Memorial Day 5K.


Corvettes at the Beach Car Show

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At this family-friendly Myrtle Beach area event held at Broadway at the Beach, visitors will be able to meet Corvette aficionados and see a variety of old and new automobiles.

Best of Show, Best Engine, Best Interior, Best Custom, Most Extreme, Modified, and Myrtle Beach Mayor’s Choice will all receive trophies.

Carolina Country Music Fest

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Carolina Country Music Fest® (CCMF) is an annual outdoor country music festival held in June along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk with oceanfront views and at the Chapin Pavilion Place in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The McDonald’s® Thursday Night Kick-Off Concert kicks off the three-day (Friday through Sunday) country music event.

The inaugural event in 2015 drew over 20,000 people and has continued to grow each year. The most recent edition of CCMF, held in 2021, drew 35,000 attendees to a SOLD OUT concert.

Carolina Country Music Fest® delivers more than 30 of country music’s hottest artists to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, every year.


4th of July Independence Day 5K

This is one of the most popular races in Myrtle Beach! The 5K takes place in Myrtle Beach’s picturesque Market Common neighborhood, with attractions including the historic Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. Participants will receive a high-quality race jersey, a finisher medal, and other goodies after the event!


Sounds of Summer

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Bring your beach chairs or blankets and your friends and family to the Sounds of Summer concert series at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex. The Sounds of Summer concerts, which occur every third Friday of the month from May to September at 7 p.m., include family-friendly tribute bands that will have you dancing in the moonlight. You can even learn the local dance, the Carolina Shag, which undoubtedly will be seen.

Grab a refreshing beverage or a delectable snack at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex Amphitheater while you relax under a setting summer sun.


Little River ShrimpFest

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Festival-goers can expect to see live music on two stages, stilt walkers, balloon artists, and more than 100 vendors, including art and craft merchants, business expos, and community organizations. In addition, local oceanfront restaurants provide shrimp and fresh seafood, while festival food favorites will be available from mouthwatering food vendors.

St. John’s Greek Festival

One of the most popular Myrtle Beach fall events is the annual St. John’s Greek Festival, which celebrates Greek culture, cuisine, and family fun. Grab-and-go goodies will be available for your favorite Greek foods and pastries.

Loris Bog-Off Festival

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Rice, chicken, onion, sausage, and a specific blend of spices are used to make chicken bog, a Lowcountry meal.

Over the years, many variations on the original recipe have emerged, and the Bog-Off is a terrific opportunity to test them all.

The Loris Chamber of Commerce sponsors the annual event, which began in 1980 and attracts spectators from all around the state. A chicken bog cooking competition, live musicians, arts and crafts vendors, and more are part of the family fun festivities.

BooFest! at Barefoot Landing

In late October, Boofest! at Barefoot Landing offers all the seasonal fun. Expect costume contests for children and pets. In addition, there’s a DJ Dance Party and stilt walkers.

Stick around for a free showing of one of your favorite films, including Hocus Pocus in past years, on the Dockside Village Amphitheater Lawn.


Dickens Christmas Show and Festivals

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The Myrtle Beach Convention Center hosts the annual Dickens Christmas Show. This one-of-a-kind Christmas festival includes a Victorian Holiday Marketplace and other shopping options and entertainment.

The Victorian Holiday Marketplace features more than 300 vendors dressed in period costumes selling jewelry, crafts, gourmet delicacies, holiday decor, and more. Music, tea leaf readings, Punch & Judy acts, and a live Santa Claus is among the entertainment options.

Participants in the Victorian Snow Globe Challenge and Scrooge’s Hunt for the Missing Presents can win fantastic prizes.

The Great Christmas Light Show

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With a nearly 2-mile drive-through, The Great Christmas Light Show brightens up the Horry County night. This holiday tradition features over 2 million lights and 500 displays. It is a must-see during your vacation to North Myrtle Beach.

Thirty animated figures and holiday scenery come to life with the help of some Christmas magic. A rockin’ musical section timed to the sounds of the season are included in the displays!

From late November to December 30th at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex, the merrymaking doesn’t end with the light show. Visit Santa’s Village after the dazzling light display for hot chocolate, s’mores, photo ops, and the big man with the beard himself! Take a ride on the Santa Express Train Ride to get a closer look at the lights, and then navigate your way around the Christ-maze!

Carolina Beach Music Awards

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To promote Carolina Beach Music, the Carolina Beach Music Awards (CBMA) present a first-class program that highlights the influences and offshoots of the unique Carolina lifestyle. The Carolina Beach Music Awards are held in North Myrtle Beach to celebrate songwriters, producers, performers, engineers, promoters, DJs, dancers, and others contributing to the music.

Furthermore, the overarching goal is to keep this music alive by providing it the distinction, respect, and exposure it deserves. As a result, the Carolina Beach Music Awards have become a symbol of the genre, particularly in the heart of southern heritage.


Holiday Golf Cart Parade

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Families, friends, businesses, and individuals get into the holiday spirit for a chance to win prizes by decorating a golf cart for the holidays. The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach benefits from the $10 registration fee.

For special events happening on your next vacation to North Myrtle Beach, keep an eye on our events page. This page highlights the specifics of our annual festivals, events, and plenty of family fun.

Where to Eat The Best BBQ North Myrtle Beach

When most people visit North Myrtle Beach, they’re trying to get some sand, surf, and sun. However, since the city is in South Carolina, you can also find some incredible BBQ joints. While pulled pork, brisket, and baked beans might not sound like “beach food” at first, I’m telling you, these places are worth a visit for your fill of southern deliciousness.

So, without further ado, let’s dive into the sauciest, juiciest, and meatiest barbecue restaurants in North Myrtle Beach.

Old South BBQ

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Although founded in 2013, Old South BBQ harkens back to a simpler time when barbecue was about fun, family, and getting your hands dirty. The owner, Butch Rives, has that old-fashioned vibe, which he infuses into every batch of slow-cooked and slow-smoked meat. The meats are prepared just outside the restaurant, so you know they’re authentic.

Another way to tell the quality of the barbecue here is to read online reviews. Sites are full of locals and visitors raving about everything from the sauce to the sandwiches to the fries to the sauce, and did we mention the sauce? While the meats are delicious on their own, Old South BBQ sauce really kicks it up a notch (or three).

The menu here is pretty simple, yet it hits all the traditional barbecue favorites. You can chow down on brisket, baby rack ribs, and pulled pork. If you’re not quite in the mood for saucy goodness that’s fall off the bone good, you can order a hot dog, a burger, or a barbecue quesadilla.

Since we made such a big deal about the homemade sauces, Old South BBQ offers four kinds:

  • hot vinegar-based
  • mild vinegar-based
  • mustard-based
  • sweet-spicy red

Each one provides a unique flavor to your meats, so be sure to sample them all to determine which one you like the best. When picking your sides, you can choose between slaw, barbecue beans, corn on the cob, or hand-cut fries.

Bar-B-Que House

HWY 17 North cuts right through North Myrtle Beach, and several of these BBQ restaurants are along this thoroughfare, including Barbeque House. Billed as the “Best BBQ on the Beach,” this restaurant actually has three locations in the state, all oceanfront, with outdoor seating, and perfect for locals and tourists alike.

The specialty at Barbeque House is hickory-smoked meats, including brisket, ribs, chicken, and pulled pork. As with other high-quality barbecue joints in the city, the secret is in the sauce. This restaurant offers four unique sauces, including:

  • Eastern North Carolina vinegar-based sauce
  • Lexington, Virginia-style red sauce
  • South Carolina mustard sauce
  • Barbeque House sauce (mild or spicy)

No matter what you choose, you’re sure to appreciate the bold and succulent flavors that come through. Basically, you can get a tour of southern barbecue without leaving the restaurant.

If you’re not sold on their sauces already, the House sauce is award-winning. Barbeque House also won awards for other achievements, such as “Best BBQ,” “Best Hush Puppies,” and “Best Sweet Tea.” So, be sure to try everything to see if it’s up to your standards.

Along with the sauces, barbecue restaurants are also judged on their side selection. Fortunately, this place has you covered with mac n’ cheese, hush puppies, corn nuggets, coleslaw, green beans, and even okra. While you won’t find potato salad or French fries on the menu, these sides are more than sufficient to crush your appetite.

Mission BBQ

Unlike the other restaurants we’ve seen so far, Mission BBQ is a national chain with restaurants in over a dozen states. So, if you like what you sample during your trip to North Myrtle Beach, you can find a local Mission BBQ to get the same flavors back home.

At first glance, the name may conjure images of an old Spanish mission or church. So, you might think that the barbecue might have exotic spices or sides to help fit with the aesthetic. Instead, however, the name stems from the founders’ mission to feed and honor first responders. The first Mission BBQ opened on September 11th, 2011, and has been aggressively expanding ever since.

With so many locations across the USA, the barbecue must be pretty good. First, the restaurant slows cooks and smokes every piece of meat, so each piece is dripping with flavor. You can find all your barbecue favorites here, including:

  • Brisket
  • Pulled Pork
  • Barbecue Turkey
  • Sausage
  • Pulled Chicken
  • Baby Back Ribs

Each dish is crafted with care and attention to detail, so you’re sure to appreciate the time and energy that went into your meal. If you’re not sure what to get, try a meat sampler so that you can get the best of everything and not make a final decision.

The sides are also just as delicious as the meats, and you can get mac n’ cheese, green beans, French fries, baked beans, and even baked cheesy potatoes. So if you’re on a mission to get some great barbecue during your stay, you need to visit Mission BBQ.


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If you’re a barbecue buff, you know that American barbecue is unofficially divided into zones, including Carolina, Kansas City, and Texas. While most BBQ restaurants on this list focus on Carolina sauces and meats, Brisket does things the Texas way.

For those in the know, Texas barbecue focuses mainly on beef, such as brisket and short ribs. So, if you’re looking for some tasty and succulent steer, you’ve come to the right place. However, just because the restaurant is named Brisket doesn’t mean you can’t find some other favorites as well. Here, you can sample ribs, sausage, pulled pork, and chicken. On top of all that, you can find Frito pie, fried green tomatoes, barbecue sandwiches, and even salmon.

Brisket also specializes in smoking its meats the traditional Texas way. Better yet, you can order whole briskets and turkeys to make holiday cooking a breeze. Not only will your guests be impressed, but you don’t have to do the dishes afterward!

Logan’s Roadhouse

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Founded in 1997, Logan’s Roadhouse is one of the oldest chains on this list. However, while there are quite a few Logan’s restaurants around, they’re almost exclusively in North and South Carolina (with one spot in Augusta, Georgia).

Logan’s also isn’t a traditional “barbecue” joint. Instead of spending hours smoking meats and cooking them low and slow, Logan’s focuses on a family-friendly atmosphere and various down-home dishes.

In addition to barbecue plates, you can order steaks, salads, chicken dishes, burgers, and seafood. There’s something for everyone!

As you can see, while the Grand Strand may not be at the top of national barbecue lists, maybe it should be! With so many special places offering great food for meat enthusiasts, we’re sure you’ll love the BBQ houses on this list as much as we do.

Happy eating!

Top 12 Romantic Date Ideas North Myrtle Beach Has To Offer

Are you looking for a romantic date night idea in North Myrtle Beach? If so, there are plenty of options from which to choose. Regardless of whether you are on your honeymoon, taking a special getaway, or simply going on vacation, there is plenty of dining, shopping, and romantic exploration opportunities in the local area.

As a start, you might be thinking about checking out the wooden Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, or you may want to explore one of the natural salt marshes in the area.

Take a look at some of the top ideas for a romantic date night in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and start planning your getaway now.

1. Visit the Atalaya Castle

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If you are looking for something that is truly romantic, consider packing a picnic lunch before heading out to Atalaya Castle. You can find it located in Huntington Beach State Park, and the scenery in this location is absolutely unparalleled.

You will have access to beautiful palm trees, a quiet courtyard, and a historic castle that is unlike anything you have ever seen before. Be sure to check the calendar ahead of time, because there are some situations where the castle might be rented out for a special event or a wedding. You can even go on a self-guided tour, which is available every day.

2. Explore the Grand Strand

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Without a doubt, one of the best options you have to check out for a romantic date night in North Myrtle Beach is the Grand Strand. This is a part of the coast that is close to 100 km long, and there are plenty of sandy beaches from which to choose.

You can relax on the coast, go for a dip in the warm water, and grab a delicious bite to eat. If you are looking for a way to get out of the sun, you may want to check out the IMAX theater or the aquarium.

Keep in mind that the beaches come in many shapes and forms. If you are looking for a quieter location on the Grand Strand, consider checking out the Little River on the Intracoastal Waterway. Or, you may want to take a closer look at Litchfield Beach or Pawleys Island. There are plenty of beautiful locations along the Grand Strand.

3. Stroll Through Downtown Conway

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Downtown Conway is a historic attraction, and it is only about 30 minutes from North Myrtle Beach. It has a tremendous amount of history, having been founded in 1734. You will see plenty of historical markers distributed throughout the area. One of the best ways to take in everything this area has to offer is to simply walk down the center of it.

Be sure to check out the Ocean Fish Market, which has some of the best seafood in the region. Then, you may want to check out the Theater of the Republic, one of the top historic attractions in the town. Finally, don’t forget to visit the Riverwalk. This is truly a beautiful location that is perfect for a romantic date night.

4. Take a Chance on Sunset Horseback Riding

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When you visit North Myrtle Beach, one of the most popular activities is to go horseback riding. If you are looking to recreate a classic scene from a romantic movie, consider going on a sunset horseback riding experience with your significant other. For example, you may want to check out horseback riding opportunities on the Grand Strand or on Waites Island.

There are plenty of options in the local area, so consider taking a look at everything that the local Staples have to offer. Keep in mind that you do not need to have any prior horseback riding experience. All of the horses are well trained, and you will always have a guide that will make sure you are kept safe.

5. Visit the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk

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The marsh walk is located in Murrells Inlet, which is a historic fishing village. The marsh walk is approximately half a mile long, and the boardwalk will feature some amazing shopping and dining opportunities along with gorgeous views. You may want to turn your eyes to the sky to see if there are any unique birds flying overhead.

Then, you may want to try your hand at crabbing and fishing on one of the docks. Jet skiing, banana boating, and numerous other fun water activities are available. When you get hungry, check out the seafood restaurants, enjoy a delicious meal, and take in the live music.

6. Take a Sunset Cruise

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If you are looking for a beautiful day to spend time with your loved one, consider going on a Sunset Cruise or a boat tour together. There are plenty of options available, including Enchanted Sailing Charters, and you can choose from a private cruise or a cruise with some other couples.

If there is a special attraction, such as an anniversary, they may be able to set the mood for you. You will have some amazing views, you will get access to a delicious meal, and you might spot a few dolphins and birds along the way. If you are looking for one of the best ways to spend time together during your trip to North Myrtle Beach, consider signing up for a Sunset Cruise in the local area.

7. Take a Kayak Tour

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Another romantic date night idea you may want to try and North Myrtle Beach is a sunset or full moon kayak tour. Of course, a full moon is only going to be accessible from time to time, but if you take a look at the lunar calendar, you should be able to time your trip accordingly. This is a beautiful outdoorsy, romantic activity that you can sign up for.

You may even want to sign up for a guided tour from a company such as Black River Outdoors. You will paddle out to Murrells Inlet, take a stroll on the beach, and watch the moon come up. Then, when you are ready, you can paddle back to shore using the artificial lights from some of the boats in the area. This is a romantic activity that you and your significant other will fall in love with.

8. Sign Up for a Helicopter Tour

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If beautiful scenery is what you are looking for, consider signing up for one of the helicopter adventures in the local area. You will be treated to a thrilling ride, and you can take a look at what this beautiful area looks like from the air. Even though the ocean and sand are beautiful, they are even more beautiful when you climb into a helicopter.

Depending on the company you choose, you can customize your helicopter tour to meet your needs. For example, you might be interested in a day five-minute ride, or you may want to stay up in the air for an hour or more. Consider talking to some of the local companies to see what they have available.

9. Get a Spa Treatment

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If you are looking for something fun that you can do with your significant other, consider getting a spa treatment. North Myrtle Beach has plenty of locations that will help you loosen up the knots in your back and alleviate some of the stress you may have brought with you to your vacation. Why not enjoy such a relaxing treatment together?

One of the benefits of being in North Myrtle Beach is that there are plenty of choices available. You might be looking for a modern experience, or you might be looking for a traditional Asian massage. Regardless of what you are in the mood for, there is a good chance that you can find it in North Myrtle Beach.

10. Visit the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel

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This Ferris wheel is one of the biggest attractions in the North Myrtle Beach area. The ride is approximately 20 minutes long, and you’ll be treated to some beautiful views of the sea and the city. It towers 20 stories high, and the entire trip is climate-controlled.

Therefore, no matter what the weather is like outside, you should be comfortable. Even though you can purchase tickets at the entrance, you might be better off purchasing them online in advance. That way, you don’t have to worry about standing in line prior to getting on the Ferris wheel.

If you are really looking for something special, you may want to reach for the VIP Gondola. It has a glass floor, which will give you some other amazing views that you cannot find anywhere else.

11. Barefoot Landing

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If shopping is more your speed, you may want to check out Barefoot Landing. It is located near the Intracoastal Waterway at Prices Swamp Run, and this is a village that will give you access to some of the best shopping opportunities in the area.

There are plenty of brand-name shops, lots of local boutiques, and lots of gift shop options that you cannot find anywhere else. These stores sell spices, beachwear, jewelry, sunglasses, wine, and more. If you are looking for something specific during your trip, there is a good chance that you will find it here.

This could be the perfect place to have a date night because there are plenty of restaurants as well. Regardless of whether you are looking for Cajun, Australian, or Mexican food, there is a good chance you will find it here.

12. Swing By Brookgreen Gardens

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If you are looking for a beautiful botanical garden that is perfect for your date night, you may want to check out Brookgreen Gardens.

It is more than 9,000 acres in size, and you will have access to a beautiful retreat with lots of manicured Gardens, gorgeous sculptures, aquatic features, and more. The gardens are right near Atalaya Castle so it could be a fun day to combine the two activities into one date.

One of the biggest attractions is called Live Oak Alley, and you can enjoy some of the moss trees planted hundreds of years ago.

You can also enhance your experience with a guided tour of the garden. It used to be a rice plantation, and it was worked by slaves many years ago. This could be a great way to learn more about the history of the local area.

Start Planning Your Romantic Getaway To North Myrtle Beach Today

Regardless of whether you are looking for a mini-golf course, a bistro, or an oceanfront view, you can find it in North Myrtle Beach. There is always live entertainment in the Lowcountry, and the nightlife is always hopping!

If you are looking for romantic things to do on the East Coast, you won’t want to skip out on a vacation home rental in North Myrtle Beach! With so many unique experiences to be had, you’ll love your romantic vacation to the Grand Strand.

All You Need To Know About the North Myrtle Beach Aquatic Center

Are you planning on visiting North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina? If so, you probably already know that there is a lot this area has to offer. You are probably looking for delicious food, the warm ocean, and a fun boardwalk with shopping and dining opportunities. Of course, you might also be looking for a fitness center that will allow you to stay in shape in the NMB area.

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The Most Delicious North Myrtle Beach Mexican Restaurants

Whether for the day or a lifetime, North Myrtle Beach offers the perfect shoreline getaway. The pristine sand and blue waters combine to wash away the day’s stress.

But when you are hungry, sand and shore don’t always mean seafood. South Carolina has a wide selection of delicious Latin American taquerias and cuisine including authentic Mexican, Tex-Mex, and Salvadorian. These best North Myrtle Beach Mexican restaurants will satisfy any salsa cravings.

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10 Amazing Vacation Rentals at North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach is one of South Carolina’s top vacation destinations because the beaches are vast, entertainment options are abundant, and there are plenty of luxurious places to lay your head at the end of a busy day.

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All You Need to Know About Casinos in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

If you want to get the most out of your vacation to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, then you might be thinking about checking out a few of the best casinos. Little did you now, you’re in for an experience of a lifetime when it comes to casinos in the Myrtle Beach area. There aren’t actually any brick and mortar casinos in the area but there is only a casino ship! Just imagine a cruise ship, but exclusively for gambling.

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North Myrtle Beach Running Trails & Fun Running Routes

The picturesque city of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is a part of The Grand Strand—a 60-mile stretch of beaches along the Atlantic Ocean’s uninterrupted coastline. Many beachfront communities, like its neighbor, Murrell’s Inlet, are popular tourist spots and offer a lot of fun activities. If you are a runner, bring your running shoes along. With so many trails and fun running routes in the area, you can see some spectacular views while maintaining your running routine. Here are five locations and routes, some with pretty enticing names, to consider for every skill level.

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